Recent Examples of licorice from the Web
The trifecta of salicylic acid, green tea, and licorice root extract reduces redness, soothes inflammation, and unclogs pores.
Since those ingredients can be drying and irritating, Glamglow added licorice root and apple to smooth and soothe the skin.
My motivation was to walk down Queens Boulevard to try Baskin-Robbins’ new licorice flavor.
Like dragon fruit, as well as red and black licorice.
Leave products that contain sugar, corn syrup, cane molasses, fructose, glucose, and ammoniated glycyrrhizin (a licorice extract) on the shelf.
Plus licorice is probably the most goth candy around.
Not to mention, infused with non-nano zinc, moisturizing argan, collagen-boosting raspberry seed, and anti-inflammatory licorice root.
Maybe dessert will be some enhanced, interactive take on her favorite Nordic indulgence: salt licorice.
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Origin and Etymology of licorice
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Definition of licorice for English Language Learners
: a candy made from the dried root of a European plant
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